Home » The September Issue of Acres U.S.A. is Now Available The September Issue of Acres U.S.A. is Now Available September 1, 2022 It’s a new month, which means a new issue of Acres U.S.A. magazine! Acres U.S.A. is one of the best kept secrets in farming, with educational articles and in-depth interviews that teach practical, applicable methods. Our September 2022 issue focuses on the theme of farm to table. It has already arrived in subscriber mailboxes, and is also available for individual purchase at our bookstore in both physical and digital formats. Physical Issue | Digital Copy Check out our September 2022 table of contents – and subscribe here to get Acres U.S.A. magazine delivered to you monthly! This month’s cover Features Cooperating to Serve FarmersBY MARTY TRAVISA cooperative model that works. The Invisible Middle of Agriculture BY TIM CROSBYThe importance of developing processing and distribution networks to help farmers. A 12-Step Organic TransitionBY JIM PORTERFIELD Includes a program page you can tear out and use as a guide. Introducing RedoxBY HARRIET MELLAAvoid accidentally triggering crop malnutrition, slow growth, and pests and disease Combating Parasites BY KYLE BRISENDINEA combination of natural methods works in preventing worm issues in sheep. Don’t Stray AwayBY WILL WINTER What famers need to know about rural stray voltage. DEPARTMENTS VIEW FROM THE COUNTRYMonthly musings from Acres U.S.A.’s editor. OPINION Onward & Upwards! BY ERIC JACKSONMy dream for a new kind of agricultural exceptionalism in America. ECO-UPDATE News in brief on developments in agronomic science. ORGANIC TRANSITIONING: Practicing Responsible Tillage BY NICHOLAS PODOLL INTERVIEW: Anthony Corsaro Anthony Corsaro discusses what regenerative growers need to know about the middle of the food system. REVIEW BOOKSTORE MARKETPLACE ECO-MEETINGS In Memory of Dr. Fitzpatrick Dr. Judith Fitzpatrick passed away of cancer in July 2022. The researcher, inventor and founder of microBIOMETER wrote her last article for Acres U.S.A. in our previous issue (August 2022). We remember her and acknowledge her work, including the 14 patents to her name.